Lee Da-bin “It’s a shame, but I’ll prepare well for the individual competition”
South Korea’s mixed taekwondo team couldn’t hide their disappointment after losing to China to claim
the silver medal at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games.
The mixed taekwondo team of Kim Jandi (Samsung S One), Lee Da-bin (Seoul Metropolitan Government),
카지노사이트 Park Woo-hyuk (Korea Gymnastics) and Seo Gun-woo (Korea Gymnastics) lost to China 77-
84 in the mixed team final of the taekwondo competition at the Lin’an Sports and Cultural Exhibition
Center in Hangzhou, China on Friday.
South Korea had hoped to win the mixed team event, which was introduced at the Hangzhou Asian
Games, but settled for a silver medal.
The Korean taekwondo team added a silver medal in the mixed team event to the gold medals won by
Kang Wan-jin and Cha Ye-eun in poomsae and Jang Jun in the men’s 58-kilogram category the previous day.
Said in an interview after the ceremony, “I had high hopes for the gold medal, and I had high ambitions.
We only got silver, but we don’t think we lost the match. 온라인카지노 There were a lot of judgment calls
that we didn’t like, and we were disappointed with those parts.”
“If we had lost on merit, I would have been depressed, but we didn’t, so it’s okay. But it’s still
disappointing. I even got hit while being held by a Chinese player, but the referee didn’t give him a point. I think we lost unfairly.”
“I’m happy to have won a glorious silver medal in a match I worked so hard for, and I’d be lying if I said I
wasn’t disappointed with the result. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t disappointed with the result, but I
know the players will work hard in the remaining individual events.”
On the officiating, Idabin said, “Personally, I don’t have much to complain about. However, I am
disappointed that we lost the flow of the match and the initiative.”
Park Woo-hyuk also vowed to do well in his individual match.
“I hope to turn this disappointment into a first-place finish by taking care of my body as much as possible,” he said. 카지노사이트존